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The organisation says 26 former employees have signed such agreements over the last 10 years. Public Concern at Work, a group which backs whistle-blowers, called the practice "unacceptable". Although there have been no allegations of misconduct by
Battle of the Atlantic 70th anniversary commemorated A service at St Paul's Cathedral has commemorated the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic. Three Royal Navy warships arrived in London on Wednesday before a special evensong service.
Prince William is contemplating about taking up a new position in the army and giving up his current role as a search and rescue helicopter pilot after he becomes a father, a media report said today. Prince William, 31, is weighing up a plan to move
People who suffered injuries in road accidents were being assisted by the State, the Road Accident Fund said on Saturday. A national drive is underway, urging victims to contact the RAF for settlements, spokesperson for the agency Nozipho Jafta said.
Although my basic training for the Army was a 1/3 of the time the prospective Marines do, it was the best and most worth while thing I have every done, a defining moment in my life...But what happens to these people when they return to civilian life.
The deaths of three soldiers in Afghanistan are a "hammer-blow", a spokesman for the battalion in which the men served has said. A bomb killed Cpl William Savage and Fusilier Samuel Flint from the Royal Highland Fusiliers, the 2nd Battalion The Royal
British soldiers training Mali troops 2 May 2013 Last updated at 04:58 ET A small group of British and Irish soldiers has joined a European mission to train local troops in Mali. Thirty-one soldiers from the Royal Marines and Irish Guards are
Royal Air Force Second World War badge ribbon and wings sewn onto pilot's uniform British UK A new RAF badge for drone operators has provoked anger among veterans. Former personnel criticised the badge as disrespectful to those pilots who risk their
Four Typhoon fighter jets flew 8,000 miles for the event in the Far East. Military sources insisted the visit which included nearly 100 ground crew coincided with a pre-planned exercise. But MPs questioned if the event was justified when Servicemen
As it happened, I was out of town yesterday, and only saw the news in the early evening...I'll be traveling today, so I probably won't have another post up. My condolences to everyone affected by this act, and for those who perpetrated it, honi soit